RIM’s stock just hit an eight-year low of $11.91 on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
This just two days after CEO Thorsten Heins demonstrated a new BB10 handset to developers attending RIM’s BlackBerry World conference, and during which Heins discussed his vision and plans for RIM’s future.
Investors, apparently, were not impressed. The stock price has fallen like a stone every day since.
Guess he needed a different plan: Note To RIM: It’s The Software, Stupid.